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Fredrick deer boy, is wondering in the snowy mountains (right in the Swiss Alps) today, but unfortunately it's just beginning to rain! "It's so cold! Brrrr!"

Created with ink pen and digitally coloured (220 gsm / acid free/ c grain) which is a thicker stock with a slight texture to it, using Epson DuraBrite Ultra archival inks. Please note colour will slightly vary from screen to print.

The paper is A4 (21x29.7cm) the actual design is roughly 18x22 cm, allowing for a border for easy framing. It fits into an 8x10 frame as well, with a white border around it.

Print comes in bend proof envelope and print is dated and signed at the back.

Due to shipping from Australia, shipping may take longer for overseas buyers.
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Thanks for looking :)

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Frequently asked questions about honeycup

Please feel free to message me and I can send you more information on frame suggestions and sizes.

Please make sure you have suitable frames before purchasing prints or you know which frames will work with my print sizes.
Unfortunately I do not offer framed prints, due to the shipping costs and the high likelihood of glass breaking.

However, I am happy to offer suggestions in off the shelf framing. Please message me for more info.
Yes, I offer wholesale. Contact me for more details.
I use fine art printing (otherwise known as Giclée) which means that I use fade-resistant, archival inks (pigment-based), and the paper is archival museum quality paper. Meaning prints should not fade for a very long time (usually 100 years), under the right conditions.

A normal print out of a basic printer will probably last 5 years or so.
Sometimes you will come across dust particles on paper. As I use a fine art paper, the paper can't be treated the same way as normal everyday paper.

Avoid using erasers to remove any dust as it will scuff the paper. Just lightly use clean hands and swipe paper lightly to remove any dust.

If you need to trim print, cover print with a plain piece of paper over the top before trimming, to avoid scratching paper.

Baby Boy Nursery Art - Deer Boy - Mountains and Raindrops and Clouds Illustration - Blue version

$15.44

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, photoshop, linen, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
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